Peer-to-Peer Initiative

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Introducing change in school breakfast programs involves collaboration and coordination among all school staff. Learning from peers can be an invaluable way to gain insights into the design, implementation, and operation of a program. The Child Nutrition Outreach Program at Project Bread and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education  are offering to assist school and district stakeholders to increase the effectiveness of school breakfast model transformations through the Peer-to-Peer Initiative. The initiative meets individuals wherever they are in the implementation process and provides them with the support they need to succeed.

Learn more about how the Peer-to-Peer program works: 

Peer-to-Peer Fact Sheet

Interested in becoming learning more about Breakfast After the Bell programs from your peers? Sign up here:

Peer-to-Peer Self-Referral Form


Learn More:

Start or Expand a School Breakfast Program 

Breakfast After the Bell Toolkits

Reimbursement Regulations

Federal Nutrition Standards for School Breakfast 

Promote School Breakfast

Massachusetts School Breakfast Challenge

School Meal Applications Overview